Digital education initiative empowers disadvantaged students in Nigeria

By Bjørn Kvaale October 20, 2021

Digital literacy is an essential cog in the wheel of ongoing innovation. And as the digital landscape grows and changes, the importance of providing high-quality technical education coupled with inspiration for young people is becoming increasingly evident.

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Topics: microbit, education

Cellular IoT asset tracking applications gain momentum

By Clay Hine October 13, 2021

The global asset tracking market is going places fast. In our increasingly connected world, technology designed to track valuable items, animals or even children, is becoming more prevalent and pivotal than ever before.

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Continued growth forecast for resilient Bluetooth and LE Audio technology

By Thomas Søderholm October 6, 2021

Despite specific industries experiencing slowdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, projections in the Bluetooth technology market are optimistic through the remainder of 2021 and beyond.

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy

Plug-and-play development kits make cellular IoT accessible to everyone

By Bjørn Kvaale September 29, 2021

Cellular IoT products can be extremely challenging to design. Still, the nRF9160's high level of integration allows customers of all technical levels to focus on their application software, knowing that everything else is handled.

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Topics: Embedded development, cellular IoT

Wireless protocols working together for the smart home

By Krzysztof Loska September 22, 2021

Evidently, a single wireless protocol will not reign over a widely adopted smart home sector. By combining the powers of leading protocols, innovative OEMs and technology companies can develop wireless products and services that "just work."

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Topics: smart home, thread, Matter

QFN and aQFN options for the nRF52840

By Finn Boetius September 15, 2021

For most of our nRF52 Series, we have a chip-scale package and a Quad-Flat No-leads (QFN) option. With our nRF52840, we introduced the aQFN package to our product portfolio. We also decided to offer the same device in a QFN package, so Nordic customers now have the option of using nRF52840 in QFN48. This has just been released to the market.

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Higher spectral efficiency and power-saving boost Wi-Fi's IoT credentials

By Karl Torvmark September 8, 2021

 

A long-time stalwart of high-speed consumer connectivity, Wi-Fi's latest version introduces technical changes that offer greater support for wireless sensor networks.

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Topics: Wi-Fi 6

Tiny machine learning now more accessible for developers

By Bjørn Kvaale September 1, 2021

The collaboration between Nordic Semiconductor and Edge Impulse provides resource-optimized IoT devices with more accessible machine learning at the edge.

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Topics: Machine learning, edge computing

Cellular IoT sensors solve hidden pipeline problem for hydrocarbon processing industry

By Lorenzo Amicucci August 25, 2021

Wireless sensor technology, supported by cellular IoT connectivity, offers light at the end of the pipeline for the oil and gas processing industry and refineries.

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Topics: cellular IoT, predictive maintenance

Building smarter grids with wireless technology

By Lorenzo Amicucci August 18, 2021

As utilities and consumers switch to green energy sources, the IoT is used to analyze usage patterns and predict faults to make electricity grids more intelligent and reliable.

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Topics: smart grid

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